Current emergency status: there is no emergency 

What to do in a...

Tsunami

  • Move immediately to the nearest high ground
  • Take your getaway kit with you
  • Avoid driving if possible
  • Never go to watch for a tsunami
  • Listen to your local radio station

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Listen to your radio

Radio

In an emergency your radio will be the best way to get updates and instructions. We work with Radio New Zealand, Newstalk ZB, Classic Hits, Coromandel FM, Gold FM, Kool FM, Big Valley Radio, and Nga Iwi FM

To find radio frequencies in your area go to frequencyfinder.co.nz.

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Water storage

water storage3 Litres, Per Person, Per Day.

Clean water is crucial for survival. We recommend that you store water in a high grade 20ltr water container in a dark place. You can also get smaller 5 or 10 litre bottles too.

Keep informed

This website provides the latest news and information for emergencies in the Thames Valley. In localised events, your Council will also keep you informed through the channels below

Hauraki

Website: www.hauraki-dc.govt.nz

Facebook: www.facebook.com/
HaurakiDistrictCouncil

Matamata-Piako

Website: www.mpdc.govt.nz

Facebook: www.facebook.com/
MatamataPiakoDistrictCouncil

Subscribe to text alerts: text ‘subscribe emergency’, ‘subscribe matamata’, ‘subscribe morrinsville’, or ‘subscribe tearoha’ to 5801

Thames Coromandel

Website: www.tcdc.govt.nz

Facebook: www.facebook.com/
ThamesCoromandelDistrictCouncil

Mobile phone alerts: text "follow TC_DC" to 8987